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Ginx snewx

Mid October 2019 Bombogensis Coastal

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pretty impressive rain totals in New London county 

 

...NEW LONDON COUNTY...
   1.9 W NORWICH         6.15   730 AM 10/17  HADS                    
   3 SSW CENTRAL WATERF  6.14   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   2 ENE UNCASVILLE-OXO  5.68   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   NEW LONDON            5.14   823 AM 10/17  CWOP                    
   1 SW EAST LYME        4.82   600 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   3 WNW OAKDALE         4.41   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   2.0 SE NORWICH        4.40   700 AM 10/17  CO-OP OBSERVER          
   3 NNE NORWICH         4.38   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   1 NNW NEW LONDON      4.35   650 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   NEW LONDON            4.34   821 AM 10/17  CWOP                    

 

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37 minutes ago, MarkO said:

I recorded a low of 28.60" in Lowell, seems a little low?

 

MWN had snow last night, but warmed up to produce rain. Looks like they should be flipping back to snow based on the soundings and current temp of 32.7F

You probably don't have it reduced to sea level. I'd bet that's actual station pressure. ASH had a min station pressure of 28.57" but the altimeter fell to 28.76".

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50F   Moderate rain  Wind N 3  28.77"  lowest pressure 28.72"   2.15" rain so far.  Peak wind gust E 38

Scattered trees down in the area.  Trees now about 30% bare.  Power flickers for me.

Getting my pond back.  5 ducks waddling around in 8" of water.   I was running a deficit on rain the past 6 weeks so this is a plus.  Clean up day upcoming

 

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14 minutes ago, Mr. Windcredible! said:

pretty impressive rain totals in New London county 

 

...NEW LONDON COUNTY...
   1.9 W NORWICH         6.15   730 AM 10/17  HADS                    
   3 SSW CENTRAL WATERF  6.14   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   2 ENE UNCASVILLE-OXO  5.68   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   NEW LONDON            5.14   823 AM 10/17  CWOP                    
   1 SW EAST LYME        4.82   600 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   3 WNW OAKDALE         4.41   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   2.0 SE NORWICH        4.40   700 AM 10/17  CO-OP OBSERVER          
   3 NNE NORWICH         4.38   700 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   1 NNW NEW LONDON      4.35   650 AM 10/17  COCORAHS                
   NEW LONDON            4.34   821 AM 10/17  CWOP                    

 

I think we said they’ll be like 3-5” in 2 hrs on the western end of that track. There it is. 

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Can watch the snow coming down the hill towards the camera location around 2200'

 

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1 hour ago, qg_omega said:

That is the top of little whiteface, 3676 feet summit is over 1k feet higher 4867.  Sure they are getting blasted with winds, is the summit weather station available online?

Found it

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12 minutes ago, MetHerb said:

This will keep some people up during a storm.  Tree limb crashes through the roof and look where it landed...

TreeLimb.jpg

This would've been the Final Destination result for Teena Marie if she kept framed pictures off of her walls.

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1 hour ago, CoastalWx said:

I think we said they’ll be like 3-5” in 2 hrs on the western end of that track. There it is. 

Training was cool to watch last night. Ledge light went from 65 gusts to 15 while WST was gusting to 70. Piling that East flow up. That stayed that way for an hour then the dryslot pivoted up over me and all hell broke loose. Again minutes before the winds went calm, exactly what happened to me in Oct 17

 

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18 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Training was cool to watch last night. Ledge light went from 65 gusts to 15 while WST was gusting to 70. Piling that East flow up. That stayed that way for an hour then the dryslot pivoted up over me and all hell broke loose. Again minutes before the winds went calm, exactly what happened to me in Oct 17

 

We tried to warn em’

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1 hour ago, forkyfork said:

imagine if one of these events happened with mixed out low levels

Nov '50?

We need a 10kft range right along the shore so we can downslope these LLJs right to the surface.

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55 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Nov '50?

We need a 10kft range right along the shore so we can downslope these LLJs right to the surface.

extend se canada out a few hundred miles to block the labrador current 

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yes, the pressure dropped and the wind shifted as the center of the system passed overhead 

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